Irregular Menstruation After Intercourse?
Good evening r nI Laras is 24 years old … r nI was married for 1 year and 8 months, how come there are no signs of pregnancy. R n My routine is irregular, sometimes on the 27th, next month on the 26th, then the next month again Kadanf is on the 15th or 16th of the following month on the 11th or 12th, so it’s not certain. r nI also sometimes if after sex, do I have a disease or why is it? r n his relationship must be straight out of the brown mucus and immediately the menstrual blood runs out, why the Please explain, thank you very much.
Good morning Laras, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstruation is a routine cycle experienced by women during their reproductive years. Menstruation is characterized by the discharge of blood mixed with tissue which generally occurs for 3-7 days and has a gap between 21-35 days. The gap that changes slightly each month is still fine if it is not too significant and is still in that range.
There are several factors that can cause a person's menstrual irregularities, namely:
Stress, anxiety, panic, lots of thoughts
Fatigue, too much activity
Lack of sleep at night
Being overweight or underweight
Weight gain and loss is too significant
Follow a diet program
Eating fatty foods and / or junk food
Exercise is too extreme
Taking hormonal birth control
Having certain health conditions such as thyroid gland disorders, ovarian cysts
So that is indeed your case, especially if you do have a lot of activity, menstrual dates can shift, but this is still normal and nothing to worry about. Then the feeling of wanting to defecate after having sex, is actually not typical of certain disease conditions and is also not dangerous.
Our advice, check with your obstetrician if you encounter any danger signs as follows: bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, bleeding or pain during sexual intercourse, unusual vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, discharge with a smell or itching in the genital area. Your doctor will perform physical and supporting examinations such as blood tests and may take a sample of your vaginal fluid if this happens to narrow the possibilities.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle, avoid cigarette smoke and stress, exercise regularly, drink lots of water, and keep your genitals clean by cleaning your genitals from front to back and regularly changing your underwear. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa